The National Historical Museum of Greece is at Stadiou Street, and near the building stands the monument of the famous big general Theodoros Kolokotronis. Until 1932 the building housed the Parliament, so the museum was often called the Old Greek Parliament. It exposures and demonstrates the Historical Society of Greece. Particular attention is given to World War II and the Greek revolution, there are exhibited personal belongings of weapons from heroes. The exhibits are arranged in the halls and corridors, and in the central hall of the museum conferences and meetings are hosted.
t the yard of the Historical Museum, there stand three statues: the state of Theodoros Kolokotronis, a prominent figure of the Greek Revolution, on horseback; the statue of Harilaos Trikoupis, a famous Greek politician of the late 19th century; and Theodoros Diligiannis, Greek prime minister and political opponent of Trikoupis, assassinated at the entrance of the Parliament in 1905.